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Full marks to the seller - the unit arrived next day in perfect condition - note that this is a genuine Garmin accessory As others have stated, very expensive bit of kit which is a requirement for a motorcycle Satnav, the design of the cable works well at first, but is let down by the two sprung pins that contact the satnav unit to power it. This cable lasted two years before letting me down (I suspect that the cable is fine but the pins failed miserably)........the pin connection is not really rugged enough for all the vibration, bumps and weather that should have been designed into the unit. One of the pins on my original cable had worn down flat and was losing connections constantly making the satnav unuseable once the battery had drained. The cable itself is not particularly well designed for a motorcycle either.with a large suppressor and regulator that is rather difficult to fit neatly onto modern machines where every bit of spare space is used up with other components. Wired into the spare satnav nominated terminal that most modern bikes have behind the headstock. I will persevere.......maybe I should order a spare now for when this one packs up!
The Garmin 350 now comes with just a plastic cradle and the separate power cable. Unlike my previous 550, where the cradle had some electronics in it - which wasn't good if moisture got inside (which it did). So although with the 350, they have taken out all electronics from the cradle, they have had to put a step down power converter inline to the power cable (that's the little black box near the fuse to step the voltage down from 12V to 5V - it is slightly smaller than a matchbox). This then inflates the price of the power cable. I have no idea why they couldn't put the step down voltage electronics inside the GPS it self (unless they expect these components to fail at some stage). Still prefer the 350 cradle/power setup over the previous 550 arrangement.
Very expensive for what it is. This is no criticism of the seller, Garmin have made a flimsy mount that has obsolescence built in. I am seriously considering changing my allegiance and buying a TomTom, after using Garmins since the original Zumo 550. The charger has two small pin connectors which are sprung. My advice is to use WD40 on a regular basis to try and improve the lifespan. There may be a way of replacing the pins without this expense.